Myrtle Beach Cheap Hotels in Myrtle Beach

Take the family on a trip to Myrtle Beach and enjoy the cheap deals that offer to help you save during the tough financial times. Accommodation in Myrtle Beach is now affordable as we have access to money saving deals and great packages that must be taken advantage of! The Grand Strand Fishing Rodeo and numerous beach barbeques are amongst the many attractions in Myrtle Beach and everything is available at brilliant rates.

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When to visit based on price

You must keep in mind that Myrtle Beach is a popular vacation destination all year long. That being said, you will get the best hotel rates and find fewer crowds between September and April, with exception to holidays.

Key attractions

The key draw to Myrtle Beach is of course the beach itself, and then the Boardwalk on the beach. From outstanding restaurants, to amusement parks to the famous Ferris wheel, there’s fun to do all day and well into the evening, for all ages. The Myrtle Beach SkyWheel is over 185 feet high and is only second in size to the 212 Texas Ferris wheel, Texas Star. For the best view of Myrtle Beach, both day and night, you have to ride this beauty.

Having fun

Besides the beach and Ferris wheel, probably the next fun attraction in Myrtle Beach would be Family Kingdom, where you can spend hours sitting on the edge of your seat screaming in the amusement park, or cooling off in the fantastic Oceanfront Waterpark. With over thirty-five rides, you just have to experience the new Shout Steel roller coaster. Then stroll over to the Swamp Fox wooded roller coaster, and the heart stopping 110 free-falls that drops into a splashing finish on the Log Fume.
Another non-stop fun adventure is Broadway at the Beach, which has a world famous Ripley’s Aquarium, the UFO Experience, Encounters, a comedy club, Myrtle Waves Water Park and so much more.

Shopping

While the kids and Dad are screaming on the rides, maybe Mom might opt to do some shopping at Broadway at the Beach. You will find a whole street of shops featuring hats, shoes, and jewelry, to Harley Davidson apparel. Stroll the over 350 shops, enjoy lunch or dinner, and maybe stay for the nightlife.
Another fun and relaxing shopping area is Barefoot Landing, featuring accessory stores, jewelers, shoe stores featuring summer footwear, and fashion stores for women and children.
If your looking for a day at the mall, the Coastal Grand Mall is your ticket to a great ride. If you can’t find it here, it doesn’t exist. From Abercrombie and Fitch, Old Navy, Pandora and Victoria Secret, to Flip Flop Shops and Sydney Surf Center, and over 170 other stores to visit.

Nearby

For an interesting and refreshing side trip, Charleston is a splendid city to visit, with a colorful past and only an hour and a half away. You can visit Fort Sumter, the “birthplace” of the Civil War, which is located on an island. This Deep South historic town is home to some of the most elegant restaurants in the Deep South, and well worth your appetite.
You can choose to visit the 18th Century old colonial city of Georgetown, for a relaxing and quiet day exploring this historic town, its streets, and oceanfront cafés for lunch and or dinner. You can reach Georgetown in about a half an hour drive south.
Another interesting and old “must stop and see”, that has been a point of interest for travelers to the south for many years in “South of the Boarder”. You will put a memory that will last forever in your children’s minds if you take them to this side of the highway attraction. It’s a replica of a Mexican Village, with a petting zoo, yes with donkeys, an old time candy store, fireworks stand, and basically a tourist trap, but fun for kids. You can’t miss it driving north about seventy miles, where you come to a giant statue of “Pedro” and his mega sombrero.

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